Mon, 21st Apr 2014

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Pontypool church closes after final service

7:42am Monday 21st April 2014

A PONTYPOOL church held its final service yesterday as the granddaughter of the man who helped to build it closed the doors for the last time

Wales sees big increase in skin cancer

6:45am Monday 21st April 2014

WALES has seen a big increase in the number of people diagnosed with malignant melanoma - the most serious form of skin cancer - new figures from Cancer Research UK reveal today .

THE NEWSDESK: Foodbanks are under attack by those trying to sell us a culture of blame

5:26pm Sunday 20th April 2014

South Wales Argus: UNDER ATTACK:  A foodbank volunteer at work

THEY used to sell us aspiration - bigger mortgages, an en-suite bathroom, designer kettles, sports cars.

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Sport

Rene Howe out to dent Brewers' promotion challenge

10:42am Monday 21st April 2014

South Wales Argus: MOTIVATED: Rene Howe, left, aims to hurt his former club Burton Albion today

NEWPORT County AFC striker Rene Howe is hoping to shake off a knee problem to halt his former club’s promotion charge this afternoon.

I can't wait to play at Rodney Parade again, says Aaron O'Connor

7:53am Monday 21st April 2014

AARON O’Connor’s injury nightmare finally ended at AFC Wimbledon on Friday and he’s targeting a dream return to Rodney Parade this afternoon.

Dragons come up short at Millennium Stadium

7:39pm Sunday 20th April 2014

South Wales Argus: Kristopher Burton (5548161)

A MAMMOTH defensive effort wasn’t enough to prevent Newport Gwent Dragons from suffering a 20-10 RaboDirect Pro12 defeat to the Ospreys at the Millennium Stadium.

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Business

Royal reception for women’s entrepreneurship advocate Christine

10:48am Sunday 20th April 2014

South Wales Argus: Christine Atkinson

An inspirational academic at Wales’ largest university, who has helped hundreds of women in Wales to start their own businesses and progress in their careers, has been honoured by The Queen for promoting enterprise.

Business leaders collaborate to end stifling culture of silence on mental health

2:22pm Tuesday 15th April 2014

South Wales Argus: Mature businessman sitting at conference table in boardroom (5402668)

Leaders of UK businesses are collaborating to launch a new national campaign to end the culture of silence around mental health in the workplace and ensure mental wellbeing is recognised as a priority boardroom issue.

Quinn Radiators on the safe side with award

11:00am Tuesday 15th April 2014

South Wales Argus: Mike Vernall, Quinn Radiators’ health, safety and environment manager

UK manufacturer Quinn Radiators are toasting success after receiving an award from the British Safety Council for the second year running.

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